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SSH tunnel - basic configuration




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SSH tunnel with seedbox1

1. Please put your server hostname here, you can find it in your manager.
2. Name it the way you want.
3. Now save this session.

SSH tunnel with seedbox2

On the left menu expand "SSH" and choose "Tunnels".

SSH tunnel with seedbox3

1. Please choose any port between 20000-30000.
2. Tick like on the screenshot: Auto and Dynamic.
3. Click on the "Add" button.

SSH tunnel with seedbox4

You will get something like on the screen.

SSH tunnel with seedbox5

1, Now on the left menu go back to "Session".
2. Make sure that your session is chosen.
3. Click on Save, it will save the whole configuration to this session.

Now connect to your seedbox shell and you will get SSH tunnel via the port which you configured earlier.



OS X and Linux with build in SSH

Open the terminal and use the following command:

ssh -D 20000 user@server.seedhost.eu

Where the user is your seedbox username and server.seedhost.eu your seedbox hostname. You can change port 20000 in this command to anyone else (recommended between the range of 20000-30000).
When you log in to the server you have already an SSH tunnel.

Check the article on how to use a SSH tunnel with a web browser.

SSH tunnel - basic usage



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